All Domino's articles – Page 5

  • Domino's
    News

    Domino’s refutes claims Wild “misled” City

    2019-03-18T08:06:00Z

    Domino’s Pizza Group has this morning issued a terse statement in response to allegations in the weekend papers.

  • Giggling Squid exterior
    Opinion

    Telltale signs point to the exit

    2019-03-18T08:04:00Z

    After years of reporting on the eating and drinking out sector, Dominic Walsh has learnt to spot the signs of a company seeking an out, with attempts to spin the process becoming ever more convoluted. In his now monthly column, Walsh discusses the key processes in play and also asks when Luke Johnson is likely to return to the public eye.

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    News

    Menu price reductions in London boosts orders for Domino’s

    2019-03-13T08:33:00Z

    A move to implement reduced menu pricing at a selection of company-owned Domino’s stores in London has resulted increased order count and like-for-likes, according to chief executive David Wild.

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    News

    Domino’s UK lfls up 4.6% in 2018

    2019-03-12T07:26:00Z

    Domino’s has reported UK like-for-like system sales up 4.6% in 2018, with total system sales up 7.1% to just under £1.1bn.

  • Pile of newspapers
    News

    Weekend press round-up 9-10 March 2019

    2019-03-11T07:03:00Z

    Tortilla exploring options The restaurant chain Tortilla has been placed on the block by its backers, including the private equity firm Quilvest. The Mexican food chain, which is opening its 37th UK site this week, has appointed advisers from Spayne Lindsay. Sunday Times HSBC ...

  • Delivery
    Analysis & Insight

    The age of deliverance

    2019-03-08T08:30:00Z

    Three years ago, a group of operators came close to forming a syndicate to control the delivery side of their businesses, in the face of growing influence among the ‘disruptors’. Fast forward to 2019 and Deliveroo has introduced a wave of its own virtual brands into its Editions programme and is also thought to be close to securing its first bricks and mortar site in the UK. Meanwhile, Uber Eats is believed to be trialling integration of its taxi fleet into its food delivery operation. With this often fraught relationship seemingly reaching boiling point, MCA editor James Wallin asks if the time has come for operators to take back control. With comment from MCA’s contributing editor, Peter Martin, on why ownership of technology is key to this power struggle.

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    News

    Coffee Republic hires Naik to develop franchises

    2019-03-07T08:42:00Z

    Coffee Republic, the Arab Investments-backed high street chain, has hired Nil Naik, formerly of Papa John’s and Domino’s, to spearhead new franchise developments, MCA has learnt.

  • Pizza Hut Leeds
    News

    Pizza Hut confirms it is testing own delivery options

    2019-03-01T08:52:00Z

    Pizza Hut has confirmed it is exploring delivery through Deliveroo in areas where there is currently no service provided by its brand-owner Yum! Brands.

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    News

    Casual Dining Group focused on developing new revenue streams

    2019-03-01T08:52:00Z

    Casual Dining Group (CDG) is concentrating on developing new income streams such as delivery and digital, rather than boosting the size of its restaurant estate or launching new concepts, CEO Steve Richards told attendees at the Casual Dining Show yesterday.

  • Analysis & Insight

    Going Global: Enter the dragon

    2019-02-12T08:31:00Z

    In the latest in his series of Going Global columns for MCA, international franchising expert Jasper Reid looks at the prospects for eating-out brands targeting the Chinese market.

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    Analysts Corner: Peel Hunt on Domino’s

    2019-02-12T08:31:00Z

    Peel Hunt analysts Douglas Jack and Ivor Jones have given their views on the outlook for Domino’s Pizza, stressing that the current share price underestimates the long-term expansion potential, and over-estimates the short-term downside risk from fewer store openings.

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    News

    Domino’s still set on 1,600 UK store target

    2019-01-30T08:43:00Z

    Domino’s chief executive David Wild has said he is keen to dispel the myth that Domino’s UK store base is near maturity, and said the group was still working towards the 1,600 target it set for the UK & Ireland back in 2016.

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    News

    Domino’s Q4 lfls up 4.5% in UK

    2019-01-29T08:39:00Z

    Domino’s has reported like-for-like sales in the UK up 4.5% in its fourth quarter.

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    News

    Tough times provide scope for excellence

    2018-12-18T08:20:00Z

    Jon Midmer of global executive search firm JMA gives his view on the past year in recruitment and what to expect in 2019. He discusses the trend for hospitality executives heading to the leisure sector and the leadership qualities that are likely to come to the fore in 2019.

  • Delivery
    Analysis & Insight

    Delivery a ‘disruptive and cannibalising force’

    2018-12-18T08:20:00Z

    More than a quarter of consumers (27%) say ordering home delivery makes them less likely to eat out in a restaurant – rising to 32% for 18-34 year olds, the latest MCA research reveals.

  • Tim Hortons
    News

    Multimillion-pound funding for Tim Hortons expansion

    2018-12-14T08:40:00Z

    Pizza Cake, the Scotland-based franchise operator, has secured a multimillion-pound funding package from HSBC to open three new Tim Hortons cafes.

  • Domino’s
    Analysis & Insight

    Top 100 casual dining brands boost delivery offer

    2018-12-07T08:39:00Z

    The top 100 casual dining brands increased their delivery availability, from 61% in 2017 to 66% in 2018, driven by fast food outlets and branded restaurants, MCA analysis reveals. 

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    News

    Doubts raised over future of Freshii in London

    2018-12-05T08:37:00Z

    Doubts have been raised about the short-term future of Freshii, the health-focus, fast-casual chain, in London, after the departure of its chief executive and the closure of both its sites in the capital. The company, which operates c300 sites internationally, opened its first site in the capital in January ...

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    News

    Domino’s non-exec director to step down next year

    2018-11-28T08:35:00Z

    Domino’s Pizza Group has announced that Steve Barber intends to step down as a non-executive director at the company’s Annual Meeting in 2019.

  • Analysis & Insight

    Sector sagas keep us all guessing

    2018-11-12T08:39:00Z

    Dominic Walsh reflects on an action-packed few weeks in the sector, which has seen big deals, high-profile resignations and further twists in the Patisserie Valerie saga.